Women ask me this question all the time. “Why do men watch porn? I’m with a great guy, and we have a great sex life, but he still insists on watching porn. Why won’t he stop?”
So why do guys watch porn?
To be honest, I believe men watch porn because they don’t want to tell women what they really desire sexually. And from a woman’s point of view, it’s difficult to know exactly how to turn a man on. If he doesn’t talk to you about his fantasies, it’s impossible. Read more
Welcome back to another week of AskPatti. Your questions just keep getting better and better. We’re dealing with some really amazing topics this week, so let’s jump in!
ASK HIM! Maybe he doesn’t know you like to hold hands or is embarrassed of PDA or doesn’t want you to feel his sweaty palms. I really don’t know. But, I do know that a relationship without communication isn’t a healthy one. Just ask him about it if it’s bothering you. Read more
Whew, I’m excited!
The questions have been pouring in so thank you for all of the questions. I will be answering a couple questions per week; unfortunately I cannot answer all of them.
How do I get business without putting out? I work in a sales role where my typical client is a middle-aged wealthy arrogant male. The industry is known for being a boys club and if you’re a female rep clients often expect more than just the product you’re offering if you want their business. How does an intelligent and professional female in the industry get business without lowering her standards? Read more
So how do you come onto a guy?
It’s not as easy as you think. And most women just don’t know how to do it. So let’s talk about the best ways to come onto a guy so he craves, and desires you more than any other woman he meets. Here’s the first thing you need to know…
Men like to chase. And when I say chase, I don’t mean you don’t answer his texts or calls, because that’s the quickest way to turn a man off. Read more
Wondering if you could give me your opinion on this Lisa-- I am a matchmaker, and from time to time get a client who is separated from their spouse, but not divorced yet. How do you handle clients that are separated? Do you work with them? Wondering what the industry standard is.